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Nov 29, 2012 5:30pm PST
days after the election? well, last night, speaker john boehner spoke an hour on the phone. today, the optimism hit a snag. and we can tell you there are some changes going on in the mood as they reverted to their default position, a stalemate. chris-crossing the capital today, the top negotiatior, tim geithner, met top republicans and democrats about the fiscal crisis but john boehner came out saying that the white house has not come up with a strategy critical to votes. >> i am disappointed where we are and what has happened over the last couple weeks. but going over the fiscal cliff is serious business. >> reporter: any real deal-making is the stuff of quiet conversations and meetings. rob neighbors used the language of high-stakes diplomacy to respond to john boehner's complaint >> i thought the conversation was very direct. and as always, i appreciate directness. >> reporter: while the senate majority leader, harry reid, was very blunt about being pessimistic. >> i don't understand his brain, you should ask him. >> reporter: visiting their nation's capitol today, mixed expectation
NBC
Nov 30, 2012 5:30pm PST
christmas. >> let's not kid ourselves. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner balked. >> increasing tax rates draws money away from the economy that needs to be invested in the economy to put people back to work. it is the wrong approach. >> reporter: bolder by his re-election, and criticized for being soft on republicans in the past, he drew a hard line, including $1.6 trillion in revenues, $600 billion in additional spending cuts, about half in medicare, and at least $50 billion infrastructure spending. >> we don't want to increase tax rates, we're not going to increase tax rates. and we want to do something about the spending problem. >> reporter: aides say senate minority leader mcconnell laughed after tim geithner showed him the offer thursday. today, confl republican goals remain the same, they say, serious entitlement reform, including higher premiums for the wealthy, and increases in the eligibility wage, with the clock ticking, both sides are working. >> all of us will have to get out of our comfort zones to make it happen. >> reporter: now also a part of the president's pl
NBC
Nov 29, 2012 4:30am PST
positively to comments from president obama and house speaker john boehner about the likelihood that congress will reach a budget deal to avoid that so-called year-end fiscal cliff. today we'll get data on unemployment claims, we'll get pending home sales and a revised estimate on third quarter gdp which may show the economy grew more than previously thought this summer. the dow jumped 106 points to 12,985 while the nasdaq was up nearly 24 points to 2991 on those positive comments. meantime small businesses hit it big on cyber monday. digital research firm big commerce says a surge in orders drove overall revenue for small chains and mom and pop stores up 25% over last year's cyber monday. the average order price was 8% higher. online shoppers bought so much stuff, local retailers were averaging about two orders per second. that's four times the normal daily rate. >>> you know, it seems as though every single day during the holiday season has its own title. small business saturday, cyber monday, now it's cyber week. i'm wondering if every day between now and christmas will get its ow
NBC
Dec 1, 2012 5:00am PST
didn't have a right to start there and play hardball, but because john boehner is balancing. republicans say they will never, ever, ever vote for a tax increase, and those who say okay, well, let's make a deal. and i just think the president, by starting with a proposal that even "the wall street journal" said was provocative, maybe not the best first step to help john boehner pull over a majority of his caucus. >> totally disagree, because i think it gives boehner room now to look like he brought the president in now. i think it's a great first offer, because it's going to have to change now. just like bidding on a house, i give ridiculously low offers. but you ultimately end up with a deal. >> you see even this answer? she doesn't believe a thing she says. but that's her first offer. >> we'll see what happens with the second offer. when you look at what's happened over the past week, a couple of campaign style events for the president. republicans meeting with a number of ceos. how much is really happening behind the scenes in terms of any sort of negotiations? >> well, ac
NBC
Nov 28, 2012 6:00pm PST
than $250,000. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner says no. once tax breaks get blocked democrats can go home for the holidays and on january 1 tax rates rise automatically for the top 2%. worried ceos came to capitol hill saying congress has to avoid the cliff. >> entitlements have to be touched and revenues have to be touched. >> to make sure we have revenue necessary in order to move this economy forward. >> we are willing to put revenue on the table as long as we are not raising rates. >> reporter: the president says no long-term deal without a rate hike on the rich. he is urging the middle class to lobby lawmakers. >> when american people speak loudly enough congress listens. >> reporter: 33 days, no deal yet. >>> the stock market rallied today as investors are hopeful that a deal will me made to prevent a fiscal cliff. >>> president obama met with his full cabinet for the first time since he was reelected. when he spoke out on behalf of susan rice cabinet members applauded and believe she is his top choice to replace secretary of state hill clinton but one moderate says she
NBC
Nov 30, 2012 6:00am PST
, $4,000 a year coming out of people's paychecks. >> just yesterday house speaker john boehner called the massive tax increases and spending cuts scheduled for january 1st a real possibility at this point, but we're hearing a lot of washington insiders still believe a deal is doable. >>> 6:17. now a story you'll only see on nbc bay area. the san jose skyline could look a lot different if the city can get clearance from the faa. city leaders say they want taller buildings up to 40 stories high but since downtown is in the flight path of the san jose international airport, there are height restrictions, and they say that is costing the city money. >> obviously if we had the ability to build higher, we'd want to do that because more people brings more vibrancy to the downtown. it means more feet on the sidewalk, more people using restaurants and retail and obviously that atracks more business. >>> in the meantime the faa is looking at other airports' emergency takeoff patterns. depending on those results, they might allow taller buildings downtown. critics say having taller buildings wil
NBC
Nov 29, 2012 5:00am PST
secretary and the white house legislative chair coming here to capitol hill to work with pelosi, john boehner, mitch mcconnell and harry reid to try to get some understanding of what the white house is willing to do here. republicans say what they want to hear is what budget cuts, what spending cuts is the white house, the president, are democrats willing to make. in other words, as boehner put it, if we're going to put new revenue on the table, something we didn't want to do, we want to see some details on spending cuts. so those one-on-one meetings with the leadership going on here today, and that's really the latest in what's been a long string of developments leading toward trying to avoid the fiscal cliff at the end of the year. >> we will see what happens. thank you very much, tracie. >>> 5:43. new this morning, a mountain climber is oregon is safe after an overnight rescue operation. the climber was on his way down after summiting mt. hood when he was stranded in a snowstorm yesterday afternoon. he was able to call search and rescue on his cell phone. he wasn't hurt but certain
NBC
Nov 29, 2012 6:00pm PST
john boehner. each party blame the other for failing to outline considerable spending cuts. president obama sent vice president joe biden out today to do some holiday shopping and highlight the spors of renewing middle class tax cuts so families can feel more secure. biden went to a washington area costco and chatted it up with staff and was followed around the store by a huge crowd, as you can see. his favorite part like many who go to costco, try out the free samples. he spoke about the importance of renewing the tax cuts. >> so i think it is important that coming act now. i mean, right now. all it has to do is take a single vote to extend the middle class tax cuts. >> reporter: biden bought cookies, children's books and apple pie, and a 32-inch flat screen tv. he decline an offer to buy a set of tires saying i don't drive anymore. envelop the president had a notable lunch guest at the white house today. his former rival, mitt romney. the get-together mark their first meeting since facing off in the third presidential debate. the menu was made public. turkey chilly and southwestern
NBC
Nov 30, 2012 4:00am PST
and fell shortly after house speaker john boehner dashed hopes that lawmakers were getting closer to agreeing on a year-end budget deal. but all three major markets bounced back by the afternoon. >>> economic data was positive at home thursday. we'll see what impact there is today from grim news out of europe. eurozone unemployment has hit another record high at 11.7% in october. >>> meanwhile, a number of retailers posted poor sales hammered by superstorm sandy's impact on the northeast. >>> a bankruptcy judge has given hostess final clearance to start selling off assets and approved $1.8 million in bonuses for company executives. >>> verizon wireless tops this year's "consumer reports'" ranking of major carriers. it was at&t that came in last behind sprint and t-mobile, except among 4g users where it was the best. >>> where is the best country to be born in 2013? well, when factoring in life expectancy, divorce rates, and rainfall, it's switzerland according to "the economist." the u.s. tied with germany at 16. >>> well, why is basketball legend michael jordan ban friday a miami go
NBC
Nov 28, 2012 5:00pm PST
. it's not so easy says house speaker john boehner. if congress acts now to block tax hikes for 98% of americans, lawmakers can go home for the holidays, and on january 1st tax rates would rise automatically on the top 2%. >>> and yahoo ceo marissa mayer is meeting with president obama to discuss the fiscal cliff. we just got a picture from the white house. you can see mayer just barely there on the right-hand side -- on the left-hand side of the picture, bottom left-hand corner. she joined more than a dozen other business leaders at the white house today. mayer is also making headlines for her speech to an invite only crowd in palo alto last night. she said she juggles her priorities listing god, family and yahoo. adding, quote, the baby's been way easier than everyone made it out to be. so those have been the two really terrific surprises. the kid has been easier, and the job has been fun. >>> for the second straight day, heroic actions saved lives from a burning vehicle. the good samaritan in this case jesus hernandez saw an rv on fire in east san jose. it happened this morning, and
NBC
Nov 30, 2012 7:00am PST
. afterward, house speaker john boehner said the white house had not proposed spending cuts needed to win critical republican votes. >> i have to tell you, i'm disappointed in where we are, i am disappointed in what's happened in the last couple weeks. >> reporter: senate majority leader harry reid fired back saying democrats put forward a serious plan and ridiculed boehner when asked about the argument that the ball is in the democrats' court. >> i don't understand his brain, so you should ask him. >> reporter: away from the hill, vice president biden took his own steps to push for fiscal cliff compromise, stopping in d.c.'s first costco. warning the economy could suffer greatly if lawmakers can't get a deal done. he proudly flashed his store membership card. >> i went to get my wife's card, she said no, no, no, get your own. >> reporter: according to sources at the white house and on the hill, treasury secretary geithner offered a plan that includes $1.6 trillion in new taxes and $400 billion in spending cuts. it is essentially the budget proposal from last year, a plan republicans
NBC
Nov 30, 2012 5:00am PST
people's paychecks. >> just yesterday house speaker john boehner calling the massive tax increases and spending cuts scheduled for january 1st a real possibility, but many washington insiders say yes, a deal is still doable. keep hope alive. >> keep hope alive for a break in the rain this morning. it is coming down out there and flash flood warnings in effect. >> yeah, that's nothing to mess with. driving conditions right in the heart of when everybody is trying to get to work. we have heavy rain over parts of the bay area. even though you may not have been awakened by the heavy raindrops on your house, well, we've got a lot of rain you'll have to drive to work through. as you can see, the brunt of the storm is now moving through. you can see the yellow concentrated over san jose. look at that deep red and hot pink. that's a thunderstorm cell we've been tracking for you just to the east of concord right now. san jose getting slammed with heavy pockets of rain. same for menlo park. as we progress through the morning we'll see more of this yellow and orange move onshore, which means your
NBC
Nov 29, 2012 6:00am PST
pelosi and john boehner, mitch mcconnell and harry reid to really sort of sit down and present that plan. >>> let's talk about the president's plan and what it calls for. republicans receptive to it? >> reporter: well, they're receptive to the idea of it. we haven't seen details. what republicans are saying is we welcome you here, we want to talk, but we need to see details. facts, specifics, numbers. if we're going to put on the table something we don't want to do, which is make wealthy americans pay more, then we need to see what you're willing to cut from the budget and that's where things stand right now. hopefully within a few hours we'll get some readout of whether or not they liked what they heard. >> so do you think we even know if there's hope for a deal? >> reporter: there's hope for a deal. i think everyone here really sort of agrees on that. different levels of optimism based on who you talk to about them getting it done by the end of the year, but there's definitely hope. we've seen both sides, as i often say, inch toward the middle with republicans saying we don't real
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